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Fiji Renewable Energy Power Project (FREPP) - Report on Recommendations from Technology Research on Waste to Energy in Fiji

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Submitted by Kini on June 10, 2016 - 12:01pm
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This report was prepared as a part of “Resource Assessment Study for Wasteto-Energy Resources in Fiji” contracted by the Department of Energy (DoE), Government of Fiji and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

The “Resource Assessment Study for Waste-to-Energy Resources in Fiji” under the “Fiji Renewable Energy Power Project (FREPP) intends to quantify and assess the amount of waste resources available in Fiji for power generation and identify technology options for feasible implementation of waste to energy projects. The study aims to

  • Quantify and Assess the Amount and Types of Resources available for Waste-toEnergy (Power generation) in Fiji;
  • Assess the Feasibility of Resources and Sites for Waste-to-Energy (Power Generation) Facilities;
  • Suggest Technology research and recommendation on Waste-to-Energy options; and
  • Recommend Effective Implementation of potential Waste-to-Energy (Power Generation) Facilities in Fiji The study also aims to develop four reports under the assignment mainly focusing on the above listed objectives. 
Authors: 
Fiji Department of Energy
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Number of Pages: 
29
Year Published: 
2014
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